Member profiles are one of the most meaningful ways to promote your institution and its activities. They provide a comprehensive overview of your institution, highlight its Arctic expertise, and show how your institution contributes to Arctic higher education and research.
As an example of a complete member profile, see UiT The Arctic University of Norway's member profile.
A complete member profile contains:
1. Basic introduction, facts and figures
2. Contact information
Each member institution should at minimum provide contact details (name, title, email) for the Head of Institution, primary and alternate Assembly representatives, and a membership fee contact.
We recommend that all members have one primary and one alternate Assembly representative to ensure smooth communication. These contacts are also visible on your institution's member profile and make networking easier.
We also recommend that you appoint a designated membership fee contact for your institution. This facilitates the payment process and reduces unnecessary email traffic. The membership fee contact person can also be the Assembly representative or alternate, but the role needs to be added separately in our database.
In addition, if you are a higher education institution, check that you have provided an International Studies contact, and a north2north contact if your institution participates in the program. These contacts you'll find on the Education profile of your institution.
For information on how your institution's contact information is used, click here.
3. Promotional images and video
Images and videos representing your institution, people, activities and region.
PNG/JPG format is preferred, and images should be landscape (horizontal) orientation, resolution at least 800 pixels wide.
There is no limit to the number of supported images, but we don't recommend adding more than ten. Videos can be shared either as YouTube or Vimeo links.